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You read what is written on a plain parchment scroll:
"The Graveyard of Warriors" (Page 1)
The monochrome painting depicts a battleground of devastation amidst an eroded field washed in gray. Shadowy brush strokes spin the detritus finale of battle, its outcome none too victorious for either side. Silhouettes of broken corpses poke through patches of grass, their features far beyond recognition, while fragments of metal glitter amongst the blackened crannies. Intensified streaks of white intermingle with gray to create the illusion of smoke as it lifts the ashes to the bloated sky above. Positioned in the upper right hand corner, feminine calligraphy reads, 'In war, we are cursed. In death, we are damned.'
Yes it's a weapon like this.
If it's swallowed, it's not passing through
Only issue I see with that room is the use of 'left' and 'right'. Depending on orientation of the person in the room, that could change. It's slightly better if that room only has one entrance/exit, because then you can assume their standing in the doorway looking in, most of the time. Would recommend using something like
Against the western wall, the enormous frog-like body of a sinister glubber stands motionless, the top of its head nearly touching the ceiling. Opposite the glubber, a tentacled polyp sits surrounded by its own tentacles, razor-sharp teeth glinting eerily in the light.